Faculty Research Blog
By Professor Sarah Schindler
I have been thinking a lot lately about public space and private space. The project I’m currently working on examines privately owned property that functions as public space. This occurs when building owners make a portion of their private property open and accessible to the public, typically in exchange for…
How ACOEL and the White House Make (Some) History
By Visiting Professor Jeffrey Thaler
Back in the early days of the American College of Environmental Lawyers, then-incoming President Brad Martin had asked interested Members to work with Lexis Nexis in developing some treatises on a range of topics. Indeed, years later you can visit this link to see how you too can join the very few who purchase some of these treatises, see a photo of Brad, and the list of ACOEL authors…
2016 Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law & Public Service
Nov 2, 2016: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The 24th annual Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law…
Maine Law in the News
Professor Charles Norchi recently represented the University of Maine School of Law at the annual Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland. The Arctic Circle, chaired by President Grimsson of Iceland, appraises nation-state, corporate and indigenous peoples’ stakes in the Arctic implicating shipping, foreign policy, polar law, energy, maritime security, mariner safety and technology.
Students who are selected for the Charles A. Harvey, Jr. Trial Practice Immersion Fellowship have the opportunity to learn from the best trial lawyers in Maine. Harvey Fellows rotate through area law firms in an intensive trial practice experience. During the experience, students learn a great deal about the law and also about the importance of finding their voice and using it.
Quotes in the Media
- Meet Maine’s Arctic experts
- Technology offers solution to problem of unequal access to justice
- Maine Law offers new privacy certificate
The Privacy Advisor
- How the criminal justice system often fails poor children
Bangor Daily News
- Can flood insurance program afford Louisiana?
- Hundreds come together in Portland to commit to peace in wake of national violence
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